Ocho Rios

Writing to Exhale - Hibiscus Lodge Hotel

Date: 
Oct 21

Venue: Hibiscus Lodge Hotel, Mamee Bay, Ocho Rios, St. Ann

Time: 9:00AM - 6:00PM

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Writing to Exhale is a unique writing workshop that hopes to inspire and empower a woman's self expression.

Please see the attached flyer for further details.

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Information courtesy of EveryWomanInspired

Vision 30 - 50 - Harmony Hall

Date: 
Apr 20

Venue: HARMONY HALL GALLERY, Coast Road (4 miles east of Ochio Rios), Ocho Rios, St. Ann.  Tel.  (1876) 974-2870Opening hours:  Tues-Sat 10am – 5.30pm (closed on Mondays).

Time: 12NOON

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Harmony Hall invites you to the opening of an exhibition "VISION 30 - 50" by Mazola Wa Mwashigadi

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Information courtesy of Harmony Hall 

Jamaica International Reggae Film Festival

Date: 
Aug 1 - Aug 5

Venue: ISLAND VILLAGE, OCHO RIOS

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Fellow authors, literary lovers & artisans

The Jamaica International Reggae Film Festival, being held August 1-5, 2013 at Island Village in Ocho Rios, in response to requests, will be facilitating a book fair on Sunday, August 4th from 10 am to 4:30 pm. 

Authors and craft vendors will be able to rent a table and a chair for  $1,000 for the day. 

"Make Integrated Marketing Communications Work for You" Workshop - Alhambra Inn, from 9am-3pm

Date: 
Nov 20

Illuminarte Communications, one of VPAJ's members, is hosting this "Make Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) Work for You" workshop.  

The workshop's featured facilitators are Kevin Smith (CEO, Power Giggs) and Alison Christie Binger (Managing Director, Illuminarte Communications Ltd). 

Please see attached registration form.

Anase Sound Splash 2012: Storytelling Conference & Festival - Kingston, Ocho Rios & St. Ann's Bay

Date: 
Nov 20 - Nov 23

The Ananse Sound Splash 2012: Storytelling Conference & Festival takes place under the distinguished patronage of Dr. the Hon. Barbara Gloudon, OJ, OM - cultural icon, doyenne of journalism, playwright and custodian of the pantomime.  As an official Jamaica 50 event, it has also been endorsed by the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC), Jamaica National Heritage Trust (JNHT), HEART Trust/NTA as well as the African-Caribbean Institute of Jamaica.

Celebration of German & Jamaican Music: Music Unites Jamaica Concert Series - Our Lady of Fatima Church, Ocho Rios @ 4pm

Date: 
Oct 7

Venue: Our Lady of Fatima Church, Ocho Rios, St. Ann, Jamaica

Admission: free.  Your generous donations are nonetheless welcome for music scholarships as well as the Lady Fatima Church Charities. 

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In honour of the 50th Anniversary of Jamaican Independence and 50 years of German-Jamaican Diplomatic Relations, the Music Unites Jamaica Foundation and the German Embassy in Kingston present "A Celebration of German and Jamaican Music". 

 

Poetry Society of Jamaica’s Fellowship "Verse vs Verse" – Edna Manley College Amphitheatre @ 7.30pm

Date: 
Sep 27

Venue: AMPHITHEATRE, EDNA MANLEY COLLEGE OF THE VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS, 1 Arthur Wint Drive, Kingston 5

Admission: Free

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This month's Poetry Society of Jamaica Fellowship forms part of the Jamaican celebration of the global poetic event, 100 Thousand Poets for Change*.

100 Thousand Poets for Change Ja (2) Seh Supm Poetry & Music - UWI Students Union @ 8pm

Date: 
Sep 25

Venue: STUDENT UNION, UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST INDIES, Mona Campus, Kingston 7

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In celebration of the global poetic event*, 100 Thousand Poets for Change Ja and The Poetry Society of Jamaica will join the world largest poetry reading in history.

For more information, call the Poetry Society: (1876) 871-1855

100 Thousand Poets for Change Jamaica (1) - Moxons Beach Hotel, Ocho Rios, from 12-5pm

Date: 
Sep 24

Venue: MOXONS BEACH CLUB, Stewart Town, St. Mary.

Tel - Poetry Society: (1876) 871-1855

Admission: J$ 500 (incl. lunch)

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In celebration of the global poetic event*, 100 Thousand Poets for Change Ja and The Poetry Society of Jamaica will join the world largest poetry reading in history.

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